University Of Pennsylvania Museum Of Archaeology and Anthropology
Yaroub Alobaidi a global guide at Penn Museum, middle east gallery, born in Diyala, Iraq, lecturer for few years at the college of fine arts-Baghdad reached to Philadelphia in 2016 and became a part of few projects in the city
Yaroub Al Obaidi
In our contemporary life with many conflicts, issues increased the importance of Socially Art to give practical solutions and enhance the engagement among the communities with productive conversation and the right materials.
Yaroub Al Obaidi born in Diyala-Iraq on October 10, 1977, and he has lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Since June 15, 2016.
Al Obaidi was a designer, researcher, and author; he has worked as a lecturer at College of Fine Arts-University of Baghdad from 2004 until 2007.
He holds a master’s degree in design from the College of Fine Arts - University of Baghdad.
Some of his projects started from “Radio Silence” a project by artist Michael Rakowitz ,and “Friends, Peace and sanctuary” “ Sticky Family” a projects by Swarthmore College, then “Two Rivers: Letters from Tigris to Schuychil by Warrior Writers and trying to achieve my goals “ Life full of joyful and opportunities need to be at the right place at the right time and meet right people “
Tuesday, May 21
4:00 PM – 4:30 PM